Sony Xperia P will be retailing for S$688 in silver and black.
Announced at CES 2012, Sony Xperia S (the link is still pointing to SonyEricsson.com) is Sony’s first smartphone after she broke up with Ericsson.
The specs for Sony Xperia S is pretty impressive (1.5GHz Dual-Core + 1GB RAM) and it does supports NFC as well. The only complaint I have is it should be launching with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) instead of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). It will be available in 2 colors, black or white.
Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY will be available in Singapore exclusively to SingTel customers from 22nd April 2011.
Li Xiang and I was invited to the Sony Ericsson blogger gathering at Orgo which is located at Esplanade’s Roof Terrace. Pretty nice location!
Sony Ericsson showed us 3 phones:
Was invited to a Sony Ericsson’s Backstage blogger session, it is my first time attending a Sony Ericsson event! We are introduce to the company (Sony) tag line which is “make.believe”. The “dot” in the “make.believe” is important because it separates “make believe” from “make” and “believe”.
After the introduction we are introduce to 5 phones. Xperia X10, Xperia X10 Mini, Xperia X10 Mini Pro, Vivaz and Vivaz Pro. The Xperia X10 family is running on Android 2.1 while the Vivaz family is running on Symbian OS S60 v5.
Sorry for the late news, but when I was in Hong Kong, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was launched in Singapore and SingTel customers are the first one to get it. I hope they will bring in iPad next =D
The RRP for the Xperia X10 is S$1,088 (without contract).